How to Draw Shapes in Seashore


Seashore allows Mac users to create and manipulate graphics and text. While the software is not as powerful as Photoshop and other expensive graphics editing software suites, Seashore is capable of handling everyday graphic and text editing tasks. One advantage Seashore has over other Mac graphics utilities is its small file size. Further, because of the software's modest hardware requirements, users with older G4 PowerPC processors can run the software. The Seashore software is open source software and available for direct download from the Seashore website.

Things You'll Need

  • G4 or faster Mac
  • Seashore software
  • Navigate to the Seashore website and click on the "Download" link at the top of the Seashore page to download the Seashore software.

  • Click on the Seashore application file now saved on the Mac's hard disk to launch the Seashore program.

  • Enter the height and width settings when prompted by the program and click the "Create" button to open a blank document.

  • Click on the "Pencil" icon located at the top of the screen to select the draw tool. While pressing the mouse's right click button, move the pencil now displayed on the screen over the canvas to draw the desired shapes. The pencil will stop drawing when you release the mouse button.

  • Correct any mistakes using the eraser. Click on the eraser icon in the toolbox at the top of the screen and right click with the mouse to enable the eraser.

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